SAMI'S COLOURFULWORLD

Monday, 6 March 2017

Monday Mural - Green

Another mural from April 2016, painted by Italian born artist Tellas at the Curtin University Campus.
I got there when the artist was just starting his masterpiece and then visited the site a few days after when it was half-way and then again when completed.

For other murals from around the world please click on this link.








28 comments:

  1. You can really loose yourself in it! Reminds me a bit of an eye, too.

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    1. Thanks Iris, yes it could be an eye.

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  2. ...lots of subtle details and it's nice to see it being painted.

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  3. I saw so many images in this, whether real or imagined. I was really impressed that you managed to follow thus art throughout its completion. I was blown away by this from beginning to end.

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth. I would pop in at the university grounds every couple of days on my way to work to see the progress of most of the murals.

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  4. Lindíssimo!! Gostei muito.
    Sami, li no blog da Paula, que fez anos no passado dia 2. Muitos Parabéns!! Que conte muitos! Espero que tenha tido um dia muito feliz, na companhia dos seus.
    Beijinho especial!

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    1. Obrigada Sandra, sim fiz dia 2, mas como tenho ca familia da Africa do Sul, tenho andado a passear com eles e nem tenho tido tempo para por posts no blog. Tenho imensa coisa...

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  5. Lots of details but it lacks a certain bite for the eye if you understand what I mean.

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    1. Thanks S.C. I do feel the whole mural could be a bit darker.

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  6. Intersting to follow the work in progress. I saw an eye in it!

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    1. Thanks Marianne. It was interesting to follow the mural's progress.

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  7. I think it's one of those murals that would be better to actually see Sami, as you say the colours are quite subtle. It's a huge endeavour though, you were really lucky to see so many of the artists at work at the uni. How are your visitors coping with this ghastly weather?

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    1. Quite right Grace, it's a nice mural,but the photos make it seem lighter than it appears.
      The heat has been overwhelming for them...well, for all of us, this humidity is a killer!

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  8. I sure bet it takes a lot of time.
    Coffee is on

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  9. Wow, this is really the work of a professional. Love all the details!

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  10. It makes me think of an eye's iris. Plus all the floaters running around the vitreous. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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    1. Thanks ODP and thanks for hosting.

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  11. Real cool mural! It looks very subtil from afar but then the details are beautiful when you come close.

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    1. Thanks Sara. It does look very pale from afar but beautiful close by.

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    1. Obrigada pela visita Francisco.

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  13. Um mural verdadeiramente maravilhoso.
    Obrigado por partilhar estes momentos mágicos da denominada Arte Urbana.
    Muito boa tarde!
    PS- Cheguei aqui através da Paula.

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    1. Obrigada pela visita Mr Vertigo.

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